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    SubjectWhy is NFS in 2.0.3? slow
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    It should be reasonably fast.
    I have a pair of K6-200's with 96&128M of ram, on an essentially idle
    100MB/sec lan, using 3com 3c905 Boomerang cards.

    The disk in question is on an (older) AHA2940, which can do sustained
    IO throught the linux FS at 6meg/sec.

    I get 500k/sec for NFS traffic. This really sucks.
    Doesn't seem to matter Read or Write.
    I don't do TCP/IP. I don't set any block sizes, just use defaults on
    the mounts.

    TCP between the machines runs at 8-9Meg/second.



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